- Feb 5, 2006
- Office Version
Good day. I'm running Excel 2013 on Windows 10. I have been using Excel for 20 years and this is something new to me. I received a worksheet designed to be a form to layout a route for our motorcycle riding club. I do not know who designed this, but I really think it should have been done in Word. There are some interesting things I have never seen before. Cells A1 through E2 are open and contain our club logo. Some of the cells have been merged where necessary. My problem is that the club wants the form added to our website to be available to print out for route creation. The worksheet is an XLSX file type so I elected to create the form in PDF format so that it could be printed out by any one of our members. Creating the PDF file works fine. However, when viewing or printing out the PDF file, the Gridlines also print out. If I print out the XLSX file, the Gridlines do not print. I have tried merging the A1 thru E2 cells which eliminates the Gridlines for that section, but the Gridlines still print for Rows 3 thru 5. There are 40 bordered lines from row 8 thru Row 48 that print out fine. The solution may be very obvious, but I'm willing to learn. Thanks for any suggestions.